If you're new to the bass guitar you need some direction. In all honesty, there are loads of things that you don't need to know now and a few things that are absolutely essential. This guide has no waffle and ...

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This video lesson goes through what you get in my free ebook and how you can use the info in your playing and practice. This book contains things that you can use over and over again so download it here ...

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Not having a clear plan, not being consistent with your practice, and only playing what you know over and over again. These are three very common mistakes and this video lesson shows you how to combat them.For the practice checklist ...

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This is one of the big questions for many bass players. How do I create my own basslines? I explain a few key areas to focus on in this video lesson. Read through this post and check out the other ...

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I get lots of questions about how to do various things on the bass guitar but, the reality is that there are lots of areas that come together to make you a great musician. This guide contains one hundred ideas ...

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You really don't need as much gear as you might think to record quality bass tones at home. I've recorded professionally for hundreds of people all over the world, playing on well over a thousand tracks. Check out www.onlinebassplayer.com for ...

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Ever wondered what it's like to record in a proper studio? One thing's for sure: once you're in there it's a different world. There are rules, politics and expected standards of behaviour that you need to know.It's a terrible shame ...

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You've been playing a while and you're pretty good and you figure you can make a living from your bass playing. With more and more (good) musicians coming up and probably fewer live/studio gigs than ever, how do you compete ...

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I've taught hundreds of students over the years. I noticed that most had a passion for the instrument and a general desire to be really good. The number of students who actually committed to a routine was surprisingly low. In ...

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Music is one of the only scientifically-proven activities you can do that works on multiple positive areas including coordination, problem-solving skills, creativity, teamwork, organisation, focus, and discipline.That being said, it can undoubtedly have negative impacts, especially on the body. Paying ...

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